Three-Cancer Survivor Says You Can Shake the 2020 Blues with the Power of 3

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Shawn Akers

The year 2020—fraught with chaos and confusion on many levels—brought adversity into the lives of millions of people. Whether it was financial, relational or simply the challenges of daily existence, many, including Christians, responded with habitual knee-jerk reactions that held them back.

But Robb Hiller, CEO of Performance SolutionsMN Inc. in Eden Prairie, Minnesota, says things can change drastically when you ask the right questions, are able to activate your God-given gifts and talents and can develop advocates, connecting your faith with your family and friends.

A cancer survivor, Hiller calls it “The Power of 3,” and as a coach, he has assessed more than 24,000 people in the past 25 years, including many Fortune 500 executives.

“If you do all of those three, something powerful happens,” Hiller told Dr. Steve Greene on a recent episode of Greenelines on the Charisma Podcast Network. “If you take a triangle and look at it from a geometric standpoint, in trigonometry, it’s the strongest shape known to man.

“The principle is, the triangle is very strong and has equal forces coming together. If you walked in a house, you have a floor truss and a roof truss. Pyramids were triangles done many thousands of years ago, so the principle is there. The most important principle was 2,000 years ago, was the concept of the Trinity. The Father, the Son and the Holy Spirit is a triangle. …

“We all face adversity—in some ways the same, in some ways differently, depending on where we are in our walk with the Lord, our faith and our experiences. So, everyone responds a little differently. When you activate and stay in your natural gifts, you will make three times the progress you normally would. That happened for me. The one thing I really did was I followed the power of three.”

For more about Robb Hiller’s incredible story and the Power of 3, listen to the entire podcast. {eoa}

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